## How many ml is a jigger?

45 ml

Types of Liquor Shots

Type of pour | Amount to pour (oz) | Amount to pour (ml) |
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Jigger Shot | 1.5 oz | ≈ 45 ml (44.36) |

Pony Shot | 1 oz | ≈ 30 ml (29.57) |

Double Shot | 3 oz | ≈ 90 ml (88.7) |

Rocks Shot | 2 oz | ≈ 60 ml (59.14) |

### How much ml is a measure?

A pub measure of spirits (35.5ml)

**What is a measure drink?**

A “measure” is simply the proportion of alcohol to other ingredients in a drink. Using a conventional shot glass as the measure, 4 shots of brandy would be 6 oz, or 180 ml.

**How many ml is a cocktail?**

In other parts of the world a single pour or shot is a designated measurement, however in the USA bars are free to define their own single pour and double pour. The US national standard is that a single pour or shot is 1.5oz (44.3ml or 4.4cl) and a double pour is 2oz (59.14ml or 5.9cl).

## What is a single measure of gin?

By the glass

Measures | |
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Port, sherry or other fortified wine | 50ml, 70ml, multiples of 50ml or 70ml |

Gin, rum, vodka and whisky | Either 25ml and multiples of 25ml, or 35ml and multiples of 35ml (not both on the same premises) |

Draught beer and cider | Third, half, two-thirds of a pint and multiples of half a pint |

### How many ounces is a shot of vodka?

1 1/2 ounces

The Average Cocktail Pour The base liquor (e.g., gin, rum, vodka, etc.) is often a standard shot of 1 1/2 ounces.

**What does neat mean in bartending?**

Neat is the least confusing of cocktail terms. This means that a spirit is directly poured into a glass (preferably a NEAT Glass). It’s similar to a shot, but the glass makes a huge difference in the sipping experience.

**How many counts is 1.5 oz?**

3 counts

How Many Counts Is a 1.5 Oz Pour? Using the four-count method, a 1.5-ounce pour is 3 counts using a pour spout. That means you’ll start pouring and say “one one-thousand, two one-thousand, three one-thousand” and stop.

## How many mL is a shot of alcohol?

43 ml (1.5 oz) shot of 40% hard liquor (vodka, rum, whisky, gin etc.)

### Is a liquid measuring cup the same as a fluid ounce?

A liquid measuring cup will almost always have measurements in cups as well as fluid ounces. Remember that the fluid ounces are not necessarily the same as ounces; fluid ounces are a measurement of volume while ounces are a measure of weight.

**What is the correct unit of measurement for a cocktail?**

It can be used in two forms behind the bar, milliliters (ml) and centiliters (cl); with ml being the most common unit of measurement; however they’re both interchangeable with 1cl equalling 10ml. The IBA, International Bartenders Association, uses the metric system for all of their official cocktail recipes.

**What is the best way to measure liquid?**

The most accurate way of measuring liquids is by weight rather than volume but weighing each ingredient is impractical for cocktail making so cocktail recipes tend to be expressed in fluid ounces or millilitres/centilitres (recipes on this website are all in oz, ml, and cl – simply select your preference below each recipe).

## How many ounces in a drink?

What Is A Standard Drink? 1 12 ounces of regular beer, which is usually about 5% alcohol. 2 5 ounces of wine, which is typically about 12% alcohol. 3 1.5 ounces of distilled spirits, which is about 40% alcohol.